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obama -- and you were four years ago? he wants another famine years. but america cannot continue with the status quo. more americans have lost their jobs under president obama than any president hundred feet -- since the great depression. the jobs numbers just came out of our august with another disappointing month with only 100,000 new jobs. just this week, when the democrats were data for their convention, we solve the nationaln debt -- national debt scope over 15- -- go over 15 trillion dollars. we have suffered from one president -- an unpresident said -- unprecedented downgrading of our credit rating. you know that debt is not the way we need to go for this future. [applause] president obama, when he was a candidate in 2018, said it was on patriotic to act -- in 2008, said it was unpatriotic to add to the national debt. illinois now has been lost -- the most public debt per capita than any state in the nation. they have been most underfunded liabilities for their public pensions. they are $4 billion behind in paying their bills on time. when there was republican control of t
. that's the promise of america - the idea that we are responsible for ourselves, but that we also rise or fall as one nation; the fundamental belief that i am my brother's keeper; i am my sister's keeper. that's the promise we need to keep. that's the change we need right now. so let me spell out exactly what that change would mean if i am president. . [cheers and applause] change means a tax code that doesn't reward the lobbyists who wrote it, but the american workers and small businesses who deserve it. unlike john mccain, i will stop giving tax breaks to corporations that ship jobs overseas, and i will start giving them to companies that create good jobs right here in america. [cheers and applause] i will eliminate capital gains taxes for the small businesses and the start-ups that will create the high-wage, high-tech jobs of tomorrow. i will cut taxes - cut taxes - for 95% of all working families. the last thing we should do is raise taxes on the middle-class. and for the sake of our economy, our security, and the future of our planet, i will set a clear goal as president: in ten y
the character. and he has the policies to turn this thing around and bring back america's promise. that's mitt romney. he's got a terrific spouse in ann romney. didn't she do an amazing job at the convention, folks? it was another home run. and once mitt romney is in the white house, his best partner is going to be ohio zone speaker of the house, john boehner. now, while the democrats have failed, john boehner working with paul ryan passed a responsible budget in the house of representatives. he did. he passed 30 pro growth jobs bills that the democrats have blocked. folks, help is on the way. please welcome our friend, ohio's own speaker of the house, john boehner. >> welcome. let me just say ohio has a great united states senator in rob portman. he's been my friend for about 25 years and i remember about 22 years ago telling rob he ought to leaf the white house and go home and get himself ready to run for congress. let me tell you what, he's done a great job on behalf of cincinnati and a great job on behalf of ohio and the country in all of his roles in public service. rob, keep up the great
. keeping jobs in america, really just to america -- that is the job of the american president. jobs in america. that is the job. [cheers and applause] as i look over at some of the people who are my age on my right now of the women -- on my right -- none of the women, but some of you guys. isn't it interesting how they talk about the overarching cost of medicare. you would think that that when the team reached congress was there, they did not want to cut it. it is amazing. i am so impressed. they expect the american public to believe it is the democrats. they are the ones who want to cut your medicare. they said we put medicare in danger, we cut medicare for seniors. any of you on medicare today, your grandmother, your grandfather, colon cancer ask them. medicare benefits have actually increased since the president acted. [cheers and applause] people on medicare today are paying $700 a year less in prescription drugs. they can get colonoscopies, press screenings -- they have gotten-- breast screenings. they have gotten more benefits under president obama. president obama has increas
policy, and foreign policy america can have is an expanding trep neural economy of high-wage, high-skilled jobs! [cheers and applause] so play by the rules. in the name of the hard-working americans who make up our forgotten middle class, i proudly accept your nomination for president of the united states. [cheers and applause] i am a product of that middle class, and when i am president, you will be forgotten no more! we meet at a special moment in mishistory, you -- we meet at a special moment in history, you and i. communism has collapsed, and our values -- freedom, democracy, individual free rights -- they have triumphed all around the world. yet just as we have won the cold war abroad, we are losing the battles for economic opportunity and social justice here at home. [cheers and applause] now that we have changed the world, it is time to change america! [cheers and applause] i have news for the voices of greed and the defenders of the status quo, your time has come and gone. it is time for a change in america! [cheers and applause] tonight 10 million of our fellow americans a
policies undermine america" first of all, diana furchtgott-roth, what is this supposed to represent. >> guest: is a short and easily red booklet. this one is about gender policy. >> host: another new book put out by american enterprise institute is "women's figures". >> guest: that is meant for the playboy crowd. [laughter] >> host: this is the book "women's figures: an illustrated guide to the economic progress of women in america." i think some of the ideas are the same in both of these. which is compared with men, women in 21st century america live five years longer, facing unemployment rates that are significantly lower, are awarded a larger share of high school diplomas, bas and a maze, and face lower rates of incarceration, alcoholism and drug abuse. in other words, contrary to what feminist lobbies would have congress believed, girls and women are doing very well. >> guest: that is correct. they have fewer of us in jail, they earn more ba's and ma's. we don't need affirmative action or special programs for women. >> host: when they say that women make 77% on average what of w
>> and now, "bbc world news america." >> this is abc world news america -- "bbc world news america," reporting from washington. the u.s. embassy in sanaa is under attack as protests spread to the middle east. the afghan army is making progress, but the government is not. can it survive when nato forces leave? his footsteps won the space race. today, hundreds gathered to pay a final tribute to astronaut neil armstrong. >> welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also around the globe. u.s. warships are sailing to the coast of libya following the coast -- the death of the american ambassador. american embassies around the world are ramping up security. in yemen, those measures might be too late. protesters in the yemeni capital reached the embassy walls today. it is continuing fallout of a film produced in america that muslims see as an insult to the prophet muhammed. from the libyan capital, tripoli, are middle east editor now reports. >> the american embassy in, yemen's capital -- in sanaa, mn's capital, is heavily fortified. the anger spreading across the region about the anti
in really realizing the vision for the america's cup village at piers 27 and 29. i think the fire damage at 29 made fire a key issue. unusually severe weather and strikes, as mentioned earlier, were the three key issues that were excused under the original approved lda but that the event authorities thought were hugely important to their proposal. so we negotiated with them and said, look, because the lda was approved with these excuses we will have to go back and get approval from the board to change that but in return let's negotiate a targeted sort of security provisions that. is what we are presenting to you today. we signed the lda in august to basically set up all the other contractual relationships in time for the events but set out this needs to come back to the board for approval as something that needs to happen after that signing that would authorize these pieces. as noted in the budget analyst report and in the resolution, failure to approve these would give the authority the right to terminate. what we would like is work through the issues and hopefully move ahead with an a
>>> the president is a servant, but his true constituency is the future. >>> america is a future that each generation much enlarge. >>> because this election is not about edealogy, it is about confidence. >> i still believe in a place called hope. >>> and i stand here tonight as my own man, and i want you to know me for who i truly am. i am john kerry and i'm reporting for duty. >> america, we cannot turn back, not with so much work to be done. >>> this is cnn. >>> thank you for joining us, a big night here in charlotte, north carolina, day two of the democratic national convention. all of this hour we'll be bringing you the highlights. we begin with the biggest speech of the night from former president bill clinton. take a look. >> we are here to nominate a president. and i have got one in mind. i want to nominate a man whose own life has known its fair share of adversity and uncertainty. i want to nominate a man who ran for president to change the course of an already weak economy, and then just -- then just six weeks before his election, saw it suffer the biggest collapse sinc
would reduce america's global influence. it is an hour and 10 minutes. [applause] >> thank you. please sit down. i am excited and thrilled to be here. with barack obama in this election year, i think we are dealing with one of the most mysterious and odd figures ever to occupy the oval office. a few days ago i received a phone call. i didn't recognize the area code but the phone call was from kenya. it was actually george obama, the president's half brother. the youngest son of barack obama. he said dinesh, my 2-year-old son is in the hospital. he has a serious chest condition and i wonder if you would be willing to help me. are you at the hospital? he said yes. and the phone to the nurse. so he did and the nurse confirmed that george's son is sick with a chest infection. i would send him a thousand dollars by western union but before i hung up the phone i said isn't there anybody else he you can ask? why are you calling me? he said no. he said dinesh, this killed me, you are like a brother to me. i thought to myself here is a young man who is the half brother of the president of the u
like. the author contends that the president's policies would greatly reduce america's global force. it's about one hour, 10. [applause] >> thank you. please sit down. i am excited and thrilled to be here with barack obama in this election year. i think we are dealing with one of the most mysterious and odd figures ever to occupy the oval office. a few days ago, i received a phonecall. i didn't recognize the area code and a phonecall was actually from kenya and i answered it and it was actually george obama, the president's half brother. he is the youngest son of barack obama senior, and he said dinesh, i am calling because my 2-year-old son is in the hospital. he has a serious chest condition and i wonder if you are willing to help me. i said are you at the hospital, george? he said yes and i said hand the phone over to the nurse. so he did and the nurse confirmed that george's son was sick with a chest infection. so i told george that would send him $1000 by western union but before i hung up the phone i said george, isn't there anybody else you can ask? why are you calling me? [laugh
for the vice-presidency of the united states of america. i did not seek this nomination, nor did i expect it. but i am here to join this team because i love my country and because i believe in my heart that together bill clinton and i offer the american people the best chance we have as a nation to move forward in the right direction again. i'm here because the country i love has a government that is failing our people, failing the forgotten majority in your home town and mine, those who scrimp and save and work hard all their lives to build a better life for their children. i'm here to renew a journey our founders began more than 200 years ago. in my lifetime i have seen america's ideals and dreams change the world, and i believe that now is the time to bring those ideals and dreams home, here, to change america. our country is in trouble. and while george bush and dan quayle have been making excuses for deadlock and delay, people in other nations, inspired by the eternal promise of america, have torn down the berlin wall, brought communism to its knees and forced a racist government in sou
in that hole. there was a time in my life when i came back to america of. one of the things i should have done was sick with the psychiatrist, because a lot of times we feel we do not have to do that, but you could see my face, when i go back there, i do not understand how you can describe, but the strength of these people, amputations with no drugs, people getting their legs cut off and all kinds of things. i will never see something like that. it was important to see firsthand, to give the viewer what that was like for me on the ground. >> for you to start your memoir like that means it was a similar moment in your life that changed you in some way, so how has that changed you? how fundamentally did it change in who you are to be important enough to lead your memoir with it? >> i understood the importance of life past debts. before that, i did not get that, and moving forward, sometimes blunt honesty is going to hurt a group of people, including myself, including a lot of others, but history will tell the story if you do not tell it yourself, and as much as we give life to value is as quickl
>> this is "bbc world news." -- ""bbc world news america." funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, newman's own foundation, and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to know your business, offering specialized solutions and capital to help you meet your growth objectives. we offer expertise and tailored solutions for small businesses and major corporations. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news america." >> this is abc world news america -- "bbc world news america," reporting from washington. the u.s. embassy in sanaa is under attack as protests spread to the middle east. the afghan army is making progress, but the government is not. can it survive when nato forces leave? his footsteps won the space race. today, hundreds gathered to pay a final tribute to astronaut neil armstrong. >> welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and also around the globe. u.s. warships are sailing to the coast of libya following the coast -- the death of the american ambassador. americ
, america. they know what they're doing. there were plenty of white dudes to go around last night as well. it's not like the democrats are just a bunch of lesbians sitting around singing "give peace a chance." >> ♪ give peace a chance [laughter] >> every convention's got one. see that anywhere. last night showed america there was still room in the democratic party for older, verbose white men, and together the alabaster musketeers showed that they were ready for the fight. >> you know, john mccain is my friend. >> the republicans in a few days will nominate a good man. he's served our country heroically. >> i've known and been friends with john mccain for almost 22 years. >> [bleep] on him without reservation, without qualification. what are you doing? may i offer you a sentence you will not hear at the republican convention? barack obama is heroic and american. >> let's compare senator mccain to candidate mccain. candidate mccain criticizes senator mccain's own climate change bill. candidate mccain says he would vote against the immigration bill that senator mccain wrote. >> yes! that'
there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven. and for america, the time has come at last. this is the time for truth, not falsehood. in a democratic nation no one likes to say that his inspiration came from secret arrangements behind closed doors. but in a sense, that is how my candidacy began. i am here as your candidate tonight in large part because during four administrations of both parties a terrible war has been charted behind closed doors. [cheers and applause] i want those doors open, and i want that war closed. [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] and i make these pledges above all others -- the doors of government will be open, and that war will be closed! [cheers and applause] a habit of integrity, not a strategy of politics. if we nurture the habit of truth in this campaign, we will continue to be truthful once we are in the white house. [cheers and applause] let us say to americans as woodrow wilson said in his campaign of 1912, "let me inside the government, and i will tell you what is going on there." [cheers and applause] wilson believed and i belie
look like. the author contends the president's policies would great ly reduce america's global influence. it's about a hour and ten. [cheers and applause] >> thank you. please, sit down. i'm excited and thrilled to be here with barack obama in this election year, i think we are dealing with one of the most mysterious and odd figures ever to occupy the oval office. a few days ago, i received a phone call, i didn't recognize the area code, and the phone call was actually from kenya, and i answered it, and it was actually george obama, the president's half brother. he's the youngest son of barack obama, senior. he said, i'm calling because my 2-year-old son is in the hospital with a serious chest condition, and i wondered if you could help me. i said, are you at the hospital, george? yes. hand the phone to the nurse. he did. the nurse confirmed that george's son is sick with a chest infection. i sold george i would send him a thousand dollars by western union. i said, george, suspect there anybody else to ask? why are you calling me? [laughter] he said, no. he said, this was the l
ask you again, do you believe in america? >> yeah! >> well, that's why we're all here. i tell you, i can't tell you how great it is to see such a terrific crowd on this hot day in richmond, virginia. virginia is going to go. we're going to win. now i have a really distinct honor and pleasure today to introduce to you not only just a colleague, but a very, very dear friend. now, i've had the pleasure and honor of knowing paul ryan for over a decade now. and i have had the experience of knowing him when he works and when he works and when he works. because i tell you, he can play a little, but he's a hard worker. this guy when i first met him, we served on the ways and means committee together. this is the committee that's central to trying to get our economy going and get back to work. paul ryan -- paul ryan since he came to washington was dedicated for the right reasons, for the right cause, not just for himself but for the people he represents to turn this country around and to take america back. now, diana and i have had the pleasure of getting to know his lovely wife, janna who in
, there have been so many who told them what he shouldn't or couldn't do. but america has a president who knows what we must do. president obama has also faced down another group ofaysayers. in addition to the crowds of the couldn'ted and shouldn'ts, the republican party has become the party of the woods and th woulde won'ts. they pledged on day one, they wouldn't lift a finger to help and they haven't. in the departments of the great recession, as millions of americans we're struggling to find work, the republican leader of the senate, mitch mcconnell said, republicans number one goal was to make barack obama a one-term president. they wouldn't cooperate to great jobs. they wouldn't try to turn around the economy. they wouldn't do anything but stand in the way of presidentç obama. now i had a front rowç seat to watch the tea party take over the republican party. for three and-a-half years, they wouldn't govern, they couldn't lead, and we shouldn't let them take over the senate from the whitehouse. [crowd cheering] we must stop the tea party before the united states senate falls into the ha
. in that america. your new president could be a man who stands by when a public figure tries to silence a private citizen with hateful slurs. [applause] a man who won't stand up to those slurs or to any of the extreme biggated voice big bigos own party. it would be an america in which you have a new vice president who cosponsored a bill that would allow pregnant women to die preventable deaths in our emergency room. an america in which states humiliate women by forcing us to endure invasive ultra sounds, that we don't want. and our doctors say that we don't need. an america in which access to birth control is controlled by people who will never use it. [ applause ] an america in which politicians redefine rape and victims are victimized all over again. in which someone decides which domestic violence victim deserves access to services and which don't. we know what this america would look like. in a few short months that's the america that we could be but that's not the america that we should be and it's not who we are! [ cheering and applause ] we've also seen another america that we can choose,
] president hu obama nodes that creating jobs in america, keeping jobs in america, bringing jobs back to america is what the president's job is all about. that is what presidents do or at least are supposed to do. [applause] folks, governor romney believes it's ok to raise taxes on the middle class by $2,000 in order to pay for literally another $1 trillion tax cut for the very wealthy. president obama knows there is nothing decent or fair about asking people with more to do less and less to do more. governor run the believes -- he believes that kids like our dreamers, those immigrant children, those immigrant children who were brought to america's shores through no fault of their own, he thinks they are a drag on the american economy. president obama believes that even though those kids did not choose to come here, they have chosen to do right by america and it is time for us to do right by them. [applause] governor running looks at the -- governor run the looks of the notion of equal pay in terms of the bottom line. president obama knows that making sure our daughters get the same p
approving revision to america's cup disposition and authorize procurement of insurance. >> thank you very much. for this item we do have mike martin. before that i just want to explain there's also an amendment that i would be asking the committee to entertain. the copy has been put before us. they are non substantive so they would not require a continuance but are fairly simple. on page six and seven, just specifies or clarifies online 13 changes definition of force ma joer * as to the provisions in security and 4.3 are hereby approved to provide clarifying language. on the page 6 also on lines 23 through 25, and on page seven lines one. simply adds additional language with regards to the type of reporting that is required. just clarifying that the port director, as well as the project managers report any operating expenditures including draws upon cash collateral and specifies the fundraising does not appear to be on track to cover the city's cost operating expenses, that they work to provide a proposal for us to see cost savings measures to offset the shortfall. that is what i
was the vision of a perfect america, that use odd to exist until barack obama ruined it, and so what if that america had never actually existed. >> to be an american was to assume that all things were possible, that unique blend of optimism, humility, it's that good feeling when you have more time to volunteer to coach your kid's soccer team or help out on school trips. it's when we see that new business opening up downtown. it's when we go to work in the morning and see everybody else on the block doing the same thing. my friends cared more about what sports teams we followed than what church we went to. >> jon: gee whiz, pops, that sounds awesome. yeah, that was the uncomplicated america you remember. i think in the early 6030s there were some churches in alabama that would have disagreed with your sports team versus place of worship anecdote. but the point is this-- what this convention attempted to do is say that we could all live again in this nostalgic paradise if it weren't for this one [bleep] guy! >> the president has disappointed america because he hasn't lead america in th
for jobs, giving hope to the hopeless and working day in and day out for the america he believes in. i was inspired by barack obama's vision for america, an america where we look out for one another wrrk we take responsibility for our sisters and brothers, and most of all for our children. back then i was inspired about it promise of barack obama's presidency. today i'm inspired by his record. [cheers and applause] over the past four years, we've had a president who has committed himself and his administration to the values that made america great. economic fairness, equal opportunity, and the belief that if each of us gives back to this country we love and all of us work together, there's no challenge we cannot overcome. [ applause ] those are the ideals that my father and my uncle fought for. those are the ideals i believe in and this election is about whether we will advance those ideals or let them be swept away. like my father's election in 1960 this, is one of -- 1960, this is one of those elections where the future of our country is sat stake. -- is at stake. [cheers and applaus
countries. it was the worst terrorist attack on america in our history. today people gather across the united states, around the world to remember the tragic events on 9/11. some take part in ceremonies like this. others spent time in quiet reflection and prayer. all of us take a moment to remember again where we were at that fateful moment. here together as one family, we pause to honor and to pray and to remember the 184 lives lost at the pentagon. more than 2700 killed in lower manhattan. and the 40 who perished in that field in pennsylvania on flight 93. these victims families remember those who were lost as mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters. the family members here today know that the entire nation joins you in mourning the loss of your loved ones. we're honored by your presence and just as your loved ones are heroes for ever, so are all of you. today we also recognize and remember other heroes, those first responders who rushed to the scene behind me into the fire to save lives and help in anyway possible. we owe all of you a special debt. we appre
also on the director's report, it's case number 2010 .0493e, the 34th america's cup project, it's an informational item. >> good afternoon, president fong and commissioners, my name is [inaudible], i'm here to introduce a couple of folks that will give you information on what's going on with america's cup and what's ahead, we have tom eman, he's from the golden gate yacht club, and adam sander water, he's also from the office of economic and workforce development and with that, i will hand it over to adam or tom first. >> good afternoon, commissioner, how about if we tag team this tokt, if adam and i did this tokt. i want to thank commissioner moore for the invitation, i was giving one of my cup date presentations and commissioner moore said, here, you like my business card, and i said, maybe i wouldn't take your business card, she said, i think you would want to see my business card and she said, i'm a member of the planning commission and invited me to come and speak, so thank you, and he's prepared a slide show that would normally take me 100 slides to do and he's done it i t
and particularly even this week, there is a lot about what america is going to do, but the reality is, we live in a world that it is not going to be the american century or the chinese century. it will be the global century altogether. we live in a world where the challenges are increasingly cross border and interdependent. we did not hear that last week. i am here to serve families. there will not be any families in 50 years if we do not do something about global warming and the rising seas. i think the paul ryan speech was devoted to foreign policy. they had condi rice, and understandably, in a domestic campaign, focusing on domestic issues, we had two great parties that still act like we are in the 19th century and that they are only concerned about what happens in america. it is a great country and maybe the best country in the world, but every country needs every other country today to solve the kinds of problems we have with terrorism and global warming, with global technology is, with pandemic, with terrorism, and george bush went to take on iraq and afghanistan. al qaeda is nothing mor
of america and to the republic for which it stands one nation, under god, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. [cheering and applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, please remain standing for the national anthem performed by branford marsalis. ♪ ♪ ♪ um ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [applause] [chanting "usa, usa, usa"] >> present arms. order arms. right face. foreword march. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome congressman luis gutierrez of illinois. >> thank you. tonight i want to celebrate a fundamental reason we are democrats. we believe that america is never greater than when we protect the rights we have one and strive to make real the call her hip of our founders to create a more perfect union. we are never more american than when we demand all people are treated with dignity and respect. and we are never more patriotic than when we see a group of people being cast aside and say stop. in america, we do not tolerate anyone being treated unfairly. there truly american when we live up to our original promise of liberty and feel great those who -- celebrate those americ
something our opponents either have forgotten or never knew. america is not in decline. [applause] let me say again to our opponents. gentlemen, it is never ever been a good bet to bet against the american people. [applause] i have learned about this guy, which you already know, he only knows one speed, one direction, forward. ladies and gentlemen, speaking of moving forward,, to introduce a friend of mine. a guy for whom i have an enormous amount of respect for his integrity and ability. he also has had to make and has made the tough calls for new hampshire, and new hampshire is much better off because of him. folks, the guy i'm about to introduce has a lot in common with the man he will introduce. new hampshire is better off because of the governor, and america is better off because of the president. ladies and gentlemen, it is my pleasure to introduce you to john lynch and the first lady of new hampshire, dr. susan lynch. give it up for them. [applause] ♪ ♪ >> good afternoon, everybody. what a great crowd. susan and i are delighted to be able to join you today. hi. [laughter] and w
, america has made a lot of progress. we are a different society than we were in the 1961. and in 2008, we showed the world the truth promise of america when we elected president barack obama. [cheers and applause] and years ago, a man inspired by president obama's election decided to come forward. he came to our washington office and said, i'm one of the people who beat you. i want to apologize. will you forgive me? i said i accept your apology. he started crying. [applause] he gave me a hug. i hugged him back. we botyh starte -- we both started crying. this man and i don't want to go back. we don't want to go back. [cheers and applause] brothers and sisters, do you wanna go back? >> no! >> or do you want to keep america moving forward? >> yes! >> my dear friends, your vote is precious, almost sacred. it is the most powerful nonviolent tool we have to create a more perfect union. [cheers and applause] not too long ago, people had to pass -- pay a toll tax. a man was asked to carry the number of bubbles in a bar of soap. one was asked to count the -- all to keep them from casting their bal
now!" >> the enormous latino presence in the united states, unless you understand america's role in latin america, and in fact the latino presence in the country is the harvest of the empire. >> "harvest of empire: the untold story of latinos in america." a new documentary opens this week based on "democracy now!" juan gonzalez's book, examining how u.s. intervention in latin america forced millions of people to move to the united states. we will speak with juan, as well as co-director eduardo lopez and air excerpts of the found. >> the american nation cannot, must not, and will not permit the establishment of another communist government in the western hemisphere. >> i am here because the united states invaded my country in 1965, and illegal invasion, completely trumped up excuse to invade the dominican republic and crush our democratic hopes. >> all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. at least five people had been killed in u.s. drone strike inside pakistan. a pair of missiles reportedly struck a vil
that shaped america. we will show you that exhibit here in just a minute, but we also want to issue an invitation to participate in an online discussion about books that shaped america, what books you think may be included or should be included. we'll show you what the library of congress came up with, and if you're interested in participating in an online discussion with us, e-mail us at booktv@c-span.org. now here's the tour. >> there's a new exhibit at the library of congress and it's called books that shaped america. booktv is taking a tour of that exhibit, and joining us is roberta shaffer who is an associate librarian for the library of congress. mr. shea for, why do you call the books that shaped america? >> well, we ask about books that shaped america as opposed to some of the other words he considered like changed america. because we think that books slowly have an impact on american society. and shaped seem to be the better word to imply that kind of competition. spent when you think of the word shape in which to say, what book in this exhibit comes to mind? >> that's the
, could i ask you when the america's cup was before the planning commission, literally nothing worked and the project shaped itself with what was workable. last niekt, there was a hearing speaking about what worked and obviously much worked. was there anything that still didn't work which you're using at as a guide for tweaking, fixing, reinnovating, working through? >> thanks for the queue, commissioner, i have a slide specifically on this, so in the big picture, resounding success. with any kind of e -- event of scale, you can always improve things upon, for october, we had fantastic augmented muni service, cab stands, we had bikes l.a. and we attempted to market that but just in talking to people out on the streets, it was difficult for them to understand where was the augmented service coming and going, where was the like l.a., so we're going to be wounding on more marketing on those amenities, there were people says it's difficult to get into and out of marina harbor on the out side, so this is to be expected when you have a course area push up near the marina yacht harbor, we'r
by the navy during fleet week, for the america's cup in october, it will be at yacht road and continues on to the hospitality tents that have been there since august, they're next to the st. francis yacht club. they're going to be combining right up -- coming right up as they did in august. this is just a note to say we're piloting a lane closure of the northbound market area, this is telling for us and help us figure out some of the congestion that happens at herb cane promenade, you have bikes weaving through, pedestrians jumping into traffic, bikes filling into the vehicular lanes and it's dangerous so we're planning on closing that northbound lane and expanding the use both for bike -- bicycles but also for emergency access. so, our people have been working hard on this and is available to give you an update post october should that be of interest. i don't know what happen today the video but i was going turn it back over to tom to lead you into post fleet week, what's underway and what's in development for the 2012-13 races, everything to date has been to authorize and permittin
>> and now, "bbc world news." in >> this is abc world news america, reporting from washington, i am laura trevelyan. president obama condemned the video that prompted protest while the defending america's right to free speech. >> there is no speech that justifies mindless violence. there are no words to accuse the killing of innocents. -- to excuse the killing of innocents. >> and move over>mitt romney and barack obama, a comedy duo. what do they want americans to vote for? welcome to our viewers on pbs home america and also around the globe. this comes just days after violent protests broke out across the muslim world over and american maid video. it also calls for the end of assad's government in syria and would do all it could. jeremy has more. >> in the motorcade pulled into the united nations headquarters as the secretary general was sounding the alarm. he said it was a time of turmoil, transition, and transformation. for americans right now, that means protests about the anti- muslim film produced in this country. three of his colleagues were killed and one of the protests. th
to what we have before us, more general to the america's cup, what have we been able to learn from the events that happened last month and what we expect relative to what will happen next month and next year? do we have a sense that we are successful in terms of attendance? do we have any measurements of economic activity that we earlier had projected? what do we have for any kind of data related to that? >> it is interesting. so back when the original economic projections were done back in 2010 that had the much ballyhooed one million number of jobs, et cetera, it did not take into account 2012 america's cup world series events. those weren't in part of their analysis. what we have done, i think, is used august to give sort of a baseline of what, quote unquote, normal day or normal week of next year would look like. i think we really were pretty pleased we got a lot of constructive comments but it wasn't a great deal of complaints. i don't think services in the marina were overwhelmed, muni performed well. we can do better like community augments so there are operational things we
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